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Tag: National Write Your Business Plan Month

Connect the Dots

Lexiboost: “Concatenate” Connect the dots

By Kate E. Stephenson Concatenate [kon-kat-n-eyt] (v. used with object): 1. to link together; unite in a series or chain. In this final month of 2012, this is your opportunity to set yourself up right for the New Year. December is National Write Your Business Proposal month, and it’s also …read more →


LexiBoost: “Sardonic” No need to be snarky

LexiBoost: Sardonic: No need to be snarky By Kate E. Stephenson Sardonic (adj.): characterized by bitter or scornful derision; mocking; cynical; sneering: a sardonic grin. Cynicism is the default these days. It’s the norm to be jaded. And that’s fine—I am definitely a proponent of sarcasm as a demonstration of …read more →


Lexiboost: “Somnambulism” Stop sleepwalking through your life

By Kate E. Stephenson Somnambulism (n.): sleepwalking Have you ever ended your work day wondering What in the world did I accomplish today? That is a sure sign that you’ve been sleepwalking through your day. Wake up! Life can be overwhelming. And that’s the moment to reinvest—to take stock of …read more →


Lexiboost: “Excoriate” Work the errors

By Kate E. Stephenson Excoriate (v): 1. to denounce or berate severely; flay verbally: He was excoriated for his mistakes. 2. to strip off or remove the skin from: Her palms were excoriated by the hard labor of shoveling. Ok, so in the spirit of Write Your Business Plan Month, …read more →

InHonor Of...Write a Business Plan Month

Lexiboost: “Accrete” Get it together!

By Kate E. Stephenson Accrete (v.): 1. to grow or cause to grow together; be or become fused 2. to make or become bigger, as by addition December is National Write a Business Plan month… you already see where I’m going here, right? It’s so easy to put plans off. …read more →